Fees for Certification and Examination
The of the Certification is $795.
For 795 we provide you with ATAB's 50 Training modules, over 800 books and manuals on safety, security, terrorism and terrorism response. The fee covers the review course and the cost of taking the exam. You have 2 opportunities to take the exam.
Classroom CAS, CMAS Review Courses Available
ATAB, in an effort to address the current training situation that exist in the responder industry, developed training modules provided on DVD for convenient training and study. With budget crunches impacting most businesses and governments, funds are often not available to send all staff to training. Unfortunately, the officer on the street doing the job seems to be the last to receive funds for training.
ATAB initially developed these programs after 911 to provide a standard response methodology to respond to a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Incidents. ATAB utilized FEMA, DOT, US Army and Federal Fire Academy safety courses and merged them into informative and understandable training modules of Power Points using photo driven information to make the material easy to understand.
ATAB (The Anti-Terrorism Accreditation Board www.ATABonline.org) provides quality response training and has established a industry standard of training being used for terrorism responders around the world since 2002.
ATAB has developed a responder training curriculum that is being utilized at Police Academies, Universities, law enforcement agencies, military and special ops units. ATAB curriculum is Certified by the Professional's Accreditation & Learning Council, ATAB War College (www.ATABwarCollege.com) And being used at training facilities from West Point and the Air Force Academy to DHS, ATF and Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
CMAS materials include a complete counter terrorism program with lesson plans, power points and video clips covering:
Anti Terrorism, Deployment, Detecting Surveillance, Forces Protection, Force Protection Conditions Systems, Hostage Survival, ID'ing Terrorism, Individual Protective Measures, Terrorist Tactics and Operations and Weapons of Mass Destruction, HME-IED Awarness, Introduction to Explosives and IED's, Home Made Explosives, Blast Effects, Bomb Treat Management, Search Techniques.
ATAB resource materials include over 800 manuals, publications and information documents on the following:
Aviation Security Manuals Publications and Directives, Biological & Chemical Terrorism Response Manuals, Reports and Publications, Communications, Defense Threat Reduction Agency Materials, Dept. of State Power Points on various Security, Risk, Response and Prevention methods, HazMat Information, Homeland Security Policy & Training Materials, International Training Materials & Documents, Military FM’s & TM’s & Manuals, Miscellaneous video clips, Power Points, Terrorism Reports and News segments, Nuclear Safety & Security Publications and Manuals, Planning & Operations Materials and Manuals, Technology Information Manuals, Publications and Directives, Search and Rescue Manuals dealing with all types of Natural and Man made Disasters
ATAB members include everyone from 4 Star Generals, Deputy Directors of Homeland Security, Security Directors of Fortune 500 Companies, Directors of Security of Federal Agencies, University Professors, Military Members to Special Agents and Squad Leaders in Afghanistan and many more. ATAB is designed for responders that strive to better educate themselves and make themselves more professional in their field of endeavor.
Anti Terrorism Accreditation
ATAB provides responders with quality training materials at a very reasonable price.
ATAB has provided certification materials to over 13,000 individuals around the world.
ATAB provides ongoing updates and develops ongoing training modules to address new and current threats as they arise.
ATAB networking opportunities have provided CAS and CMAS’s with numerous employment opportunities. Yesterday a CMAS called and ask if I was aware that one Federal Agency recently hired a complete department of investigators and each one of them was a CAS or CMAS. We have had many members express that the reason for their employment was directly due to their certification as a CAS.
The Anti-Terrorism Accreditation Board and the International Association for Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) have partnered together to provide enhanced benefits, training opportunities and discounted rates for our members. For those that are not familiar with IACSP, the IACSP is a network of Counterterrorism/Homeland security professionals interacting with other professionals providing a forum of education and information, while promoting international cooperation on counterterrorism policy through its flagship publication – The Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International (now into its 26th year of publication), its website, http://www.iacsp.com.
Here is a link to review an article about ATAB found on www.Lawofficer.com
There is nothing more rewarding to the ATAB board members than to receive an email from a military member that states that while on patrol their life was saved due to information that they learned in an ATAB IED training module.
Anti-terrorism Accreditation Board (ATAB) training programs are designed to be completed in blocks of training and follow a specific sequence. The fundamental program, the Certified Anti-terrorism Specialist (CAS) designation, is a comprehensive security management training program that provides basic and intermediary information on a working level for security practitioners.
Ch 1 Terrorism in Perspective
Ch 2 Incidents & Indicators
Ch 3 Self Protection in a Hot Zone
Ch 4 Scene Control
Ch 5 Notification and Coordination
Ch 6 Hostage/Crisis Negotiations
Ch 7 Cyber Terrorism Deployment
Ch 8 Terrorism Response Plan
Ch 9 IT Security while Traveling
Ch 10 How Terrorist Choose their Victims
Ch 11 Emergency Response to Terrorism (Ops)
Ch 12 Emergency Response to Terrorism (CBRNE)
Ch 13 Preserving Evidence at a Terrorist Incident
Ch 14 Being Held Hostage and Surviving
Ch 15 Stress Management After the Incident
Ch 16 Agraterrorism
Ch 17 Sea Port Security
Ch 18 Aviation Security
Ch 19 Computer Forensics in Corp Investigations
Ch 20 Energy Facilities: Protecting them from Terrorism
Ch 21 Responding to a Cyber Attack
Ch 22 Securing a High Risk Facility
Ch 23 Managing a Protective Detail
Ch 24 Establishing a Computer Forensics' Program
Ch 25 Healthcare Readiness for CBRNE Terrorist Events
Ch 26 Road side Bombs and Vehicle Born IED's
Ch 27 WiFi in combating Terrorism and Crime
Ch 28 Disaster in the Data Center
Ch 29 EP Principals
Ch 30 Managing a TSCM Detail
Ch 31 Al Qaeda Training Tactics
Ch 32 Islamic Background Information
Ch 33 Islamic Extremist
Ch 34 Understanding Jihad
Ch 35 Mindset and Methods of Terrorist
Ch 36 Jihad Recruiting & the al Qaeda Network
Ch 37 Combating 21st Century Terrorism
Ch 38 Suspicious Activities
Ch 39 Counter Surveillance
Ch 40 Travel Safety
Ch 41 Workplace Violence
Ch 42 Ebola Avoiding the Virus
Ch 43 FATCA Compliance
Ch 44 School Shootings Active Shooter
Ch 45 Rape on Campus
Ch 47 School Security and Acts of Terrorism
Ch 48 School Crisis Management
Ch 49 Islamic Extremist
Ch 50 Victim Proofing
GLOSSARY of Security and Terrorism Terms
Private and Classroom Training Provided
Dr. David Otto, CMAS an authorized ATAB Training Professional has provided many training classes in Africa, UK and Europe for individuals that do not speak English as a first language or that do not have the required experience to qualify for the CAS or CMAS. Dr. Otto has provided training in various languages to potential CAS's as well as specialty Training for the U.S. Army, DOD, Interpol and many other Military and Law Enforcement Agencies.